Someone actually did it…and he's a hero for it.
Moshe Tamssot, a Chicago resident, was poking around on McDonald's latest advancement in fast food technology — the 'Create Your Taste' kiosk — when he discovered he could add a whooping 10 pieces of bacon to his hamburger!
Wanting to know just how far he could take the build-a-burger kiosk, he decided to add 10 pieces of every topping available to his "Big Max" burger. But the biggest surprise came when the cashier first tried to ring up the order and the total read $890.80. The confused server decided to check with a manager before realizing that due to a pricing bug, the system had added hundreds of dollars for the different types of cheeses he'd selected.
The final total for the Big Max? Just $24.89, which could be the deal of the century when you consider this monstrosity — that had to be carried on two trays, by the way.
Wait'll you see how much it weighed…
For those wondering, this tower of beef, cheese, bacon, pickles, salad ingredients, and sauce contained 10 slices of American cheese, 10 slices of sharp white cheddar cheese, 10 slices of pepper jack cheese, 10 pieces of bacon, 10x pickles, 10x red onions, 10x guacamole, 10x tortilla strips, 10x lettuce, 10x tomatoes, 10x jalapeños, 10x grilled onions, 10x grilled mushrooms, 10x mac special sauce, 10x mayo, 5x spicy mayo, 10x sweet BBQ sauce, 10x creamy garlic sauce, 10x mustard, and of course…10x ketchup. Can't forget about the ketchup!
But best of all is the large Diet Coke he added to his order at the end.